Canoeing is usually in open boats often 2 people sitting or kneeling each using a single paddle.The person at the back steers. This has been a very popular activity with the Club, members have arranged events ranging from day trips on the Dart, Teign, Avon & Tamar to evening trips on the Dart and 3 day trips on the River Wye. There is also the more challenging experiences of white water.
Kayaking is in single person kayaks, sitting using a double ended paddle, it sits lower in the water and is protected by a spray sheet.. Many river kayaking trips and sea kayaking events have been arranged at various locations, it is a great way to get close to the wildlife.
This is all about exploring the coastline while having fun, taking the plunge by scrambling , climbing and jumping into the sea.
Sailing, Windsurfing and Surfing
There are many opportunities to have a go at these sports. Follow the links below for more information.
Stand Up Paddle Boardng (SUP)
This is easier to learn than some water sports. It involves standing on a long board using a paddle to move and steer .
Rowing, Gig Boat Racing and Dragon Boat Racing
For more information follow the links
Water Skiing and Wakeboarding
Here are links to some of the centres that provide access to these high speed sports